1. A Brief History: Paris Fashion Week

    Below are a few pivotal moments from Paris Fashion Week throughout the years.


    Haute Couture inventor Charles Frederick Worth opens his first house in Paris, selling his luxury fashion designs to upper-class women.


    Portrait of Charles Frederick Worth

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  2. #NYFW Collaboration with Rialto Jean Project

    South Street Seaport Rialto Jean Project

    This New York Fashion Week, What Goes Around Comes Around partnered with a unique brand headed by Erin Feinger that repurposed vintage denim and military pieces with hand painted prints and designs through paint.


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  3. Rita Ora in WGACA Chimayo Jacket

    Street style has become the pinnacle of fashion week over the last few years, even more watched than the shows themselves some might argue. So naturally, we were stoked to see Rita Ora in a vintage Chimayo jacket she got from WGACA LA! Rita rocked the graphic jacket at London Fashion Week this year, read all about it on Vogue here. 


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  4. Designer 101: Azzedine Alaia

    In the middle of one of our favorite movies of all time, Clueless, Cher Horowitz, asked to get on the ground at gun point in the valley, fights back with her robber, shouting “This is an Alaia!” “An a-what-a?”, the gun holder snaps back, “He’s like a totally important designer!” and Cher was right.


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  5. The Genius Designs of Bob Mackie

    Bob Mackie has been making whimsical, "wearable art" for nearly half a century. His sparkling, imaginative and eye-catching designs have been worn by the likes of Tina Turner, Elton John, Diana Ross and most memorably, the iconic Cher. His playful sense of humor is apparent in everything he does. This was especially true during his time as head costume designer for "The Carol Burnett Show" and "The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour".

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